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A roman Catholic priest in Michigan, you can put a teen boy in the plastic and tape and did it in a church janitor’s closet against his will for more than an hour, researchers said Thursday, calling it a “sexually motivated crime”.
Father of Brian, Stanley, 57, of Coloma, is facing false imprisonment charges in the 2013 incident in California. Margaret’s Church in Otsego, with the office of the Michigan Attorney General, Dana Nessel said in a statement.
The teenager’s family asked for Stanley’s board for him before he was allegedly tied the boy in the plastic, and put masking tape on his mouth and eyes.
Father Brian Stanley was allegedly wrapped and tied with a teenage boy in the plastic, and tape it in 2013, and locked him in the bathroom of a Michigan church.
(Allegan County Sheriff’s Office)
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The Records of the Diocese of Kalamazoo made available to the public in October of 2018 and ordered Stanley, “was involved in this type of behavior in the bonding of the material for a few years,” prosecutors said.
Nessel said she was “taking on large-scale institutions that turn a blind eye to the victims, and to make sure that we are able to hold them accountable.”
In a statement, the diocese said it reported the incident to the police, but no charges were filed. Stanley had been placed on a leave of absence, and shall be excluded from the public prosecutor’s office.
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“We remain steadfast in our commitment to the promotion of the protection and safeguarding of all human beings, in particular children and vulnerable adults. We will continue to work with the Office of the Michigan Attorney General in her ongoing investigation,” the diocese said.
Stanley’s face, it would be up to 15 years in prison if convicted. He was being held on a $ 100,000 bond.